Panaji; Aug, 25, 2015 … The Chitrankan camp was organized by the Directorate of Art and Culture in collaboration with West Zone Cultural Center Udaipur concluded today. All together 13 artists from different zones of the country participated in the camp.
Shri Ram Paliappan Regional Secretary Lalit Kala Academy Chennai while speaking at the function said that the events like Chitrankan camp provides platform for the artists to showcase their talent and enhance creativity and knowledge of art as well.
Shri Paliappan speaking further lauded the work done by the Department of Art and Culture in the field art and culture. He congratulated the recipients of Yuva Pratibha Puraskars and participants of the camp.
Shri Prasad Lolyenkar, Director of Art and Culture while welcoming the gathering said that Art and Culture Department endeavors to promote art and creativity through its various programmes. The Department also encourages upcoming young talent through its various schemes and facilities. The organization of Chitrankan camp will definitely help the participants to enhance their knowledge of art and enrich their experiences. He congratulated the participants who came all the way from all over the country to participate in the camp.
On the occasion Yuva Pratibha Puraskars were presented to those who work in the field of art. The awards were presented in the category of folk art, instrument and percussion. The awards were presented to Shri Vasant Kurtikar, Smt. Shubhada Chari, Kum. Jannet Barcelose, Shri Sneider Pereira, Shri Dayesh Gawade at the hands of the chief guests.
Shri Hemant Mehta, Assistant Programme Officer, West Zone Center Shri Milind Mate Asst. Programme Offer of Art and Culture, Eminent persons from the field of Art, were those who attended the function.
Miss. Siddhi Upadhye compered the function while Shri Ashok Parab Assistant Director Art and Culture proposed the vote of thanks.